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Boomkat Product Review:
LuckyMe-signed "Akira" fanatic Nathan Micay (fka Bwana) patchworks contemporary soundtrack tropes convincingly on this original score for BBC/HBO finance drama "Industry".
In just under a decade, Micay has shifted his interest from rolling post dubstep to progressive, trancey house and deep, gurgling ambient music, now snapped up to craft the score to prestige series "Industry". It makes sense that Micay has made the jump to soundtracks - in 2016 he released "Capsule's Pride", a collection of sci-fi electronics made in tribute to "Akira" (and Geinoh Yamashirogumi's abiding score). Apparently the "Industry" production team were impressed by last year's elegiac 'Blue Spring' and this full album fleshes out Micay's euphoric framework out into widescreen.
Interspersed with dialog snipped from the TV show, this suite of orchestra-injected electronix snatches liberally from the Christopher Nolan/Hans Zimmer sound-world (ticking clocks, ominous whooshes - you know the score) giving a sense of tried-and-tested urgency to proceedings. At times it sounds too familiar; any of these tracks could be stapled to almost any moody 2019-2020 movie trailer and it would work, but that's prob the point..